Killian Callaghan

Discipline: MTB - Enduro
Gender: Male
Date of Birth:
Lives: Dublin
Team: Vitus Factory Team

Killian CallaghanBorn into a biking family , Killian was only ever going to follow the family tyre tracks.

Killian Callaghan was declared U21 World Champion in the Enduro World Series for 2017!


Competing in motorcycle trials from 2005 until 2012 winning an unbelievable 10 titles, also claiming Runner- Up in the National Championships and regularly representing his country competing abroad.

2011 saw Killian’s involvement with BBC’s Top Gear Live World Tour, staring in the movie “ Biker goes wild in Citywest “.

2012 Callaghan swapped his engine in favour of pedal power and became National BMX Champion, also travelling the country demonstrating his unique cyclo-trials abilities as part of the family Kickstart Trials Team, and highlighting the Para Olympic Torch Ceremony in Northern Ireland.
During this time was featured on many TV programmes profiling his talents.

Unable to defend his BMX title in 2013 due to injury ,he debuted in his first mountain bike enduro, and was hooked.

Combining his BMX & Trials techniques has made Killian a natural for Enduro, pioneering a new riding style to the sport.

His movies riding over forest gates & obstacles have been viewed by over half a million people.Just don't ask how far he can wheelie his bike!

2014 Killian learned his new trade earning some very impressive results and quietly making a name for himself.

2015 Killian signed for Team Biking.ie managed by the legendary Niall Davis, to ride the new Vitus Sommet.

Still schooling & working 2 part-time jobs to help fund his racing abroad in 2015 and compete in the Enduro World Series.

Callaghan has now finished his school education.

- Killian signs to ride for Vitus Factory.
- As the sole team rider Killian will compete in the
- Enduro World Series
- Gravity Ireland Enduro Series
- Mega Avalanche
- National Enduro Championship.

Q&A with Killian Callaghan

  • q How you got into cycling / mountain biking?
  • q Influences or people you admire in the sport?
  • q Favourite place to ride / train?
  • q Current bike or bikes you are riding?
  • q Highlights of your riding career?
  • q Ambitions for the future?
  • Gym Coffee
  • Kinetica Sports
  • wahoofitness
  • spin11
  • training peaks
  • see sense
  • Eventmaster
  • Renault Retail Group
  • sports travel international
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